November 2, 2006 | By Derek Slater

EFF and Calabash Music Mixer in San Francisco on Sunday

Come support EFF and hear DRM-free tunes from Calabash Music this Sunday at Little Baobab in San Francisco.

Calabash Music is a leading online distributor of music from around the world, providing its entire catalog in MP3 format and splitting sales revenue 50-50 with artists. Local DJ (SpinCycle) and Calabash Music General Counsel Jim Sowers will be spinning African, Caribbean, and Latin music all night long. Part of the proceeds from the cover charge ($5) will go to EFF, and EFF staff members will be there to chat (and dance, if you're lucky).

We hope to see you there, and spread the word!

WHAT: EFF and Calabash Music Mixer
WHEN: 8 PM until late, November 5
WHERE:
Little Baobab
3388 19th Street
San Francisco, CA, 94110, (415) 643-3558
http://www.bissapbaobab.com/nightlife.html

Cover charge is $5 (a portion of which will go to EFF), and additional donations to EFF encouraged. Must be 21+ to attend, cash bar.

Little Baobab is accessible by BART. Get off at the 16th Street Mission station and head south on Mission St, then make a left on 19th.


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